18 November, 2017
O'Neill continues on to claim he's slept with an estimated "50 very attractive females" including a "gorgeous blonde" and "a drop dead gorgeous red head from Cleveland".
"Now can we get back to discussing legalizing marijuana and opening the state hospital network?" he concluded.
In his original announcement, the Supreme Court justice almost identified the very women he was referring to, and one wrong word suggested that he had actually slept with a USA senator! In contrast, the OH supreme court's chief justice condemned her colleague for expressing "gross disrespect for women", and his opponents have called for his resignation.
O'Neill has previously said he will drop out of the race if Richard Cordray decides to run.
Chris Clevenger, O'Neill's former campaign manager, wrote in a Twitter thread announcing his resignation that the candidate's comments about the women he's had sex with were "both disturbing and misguided".
O'Neill's post proceeded to go viral on Friday afternoon, with sites like Barstool Sports and Deadspin.com running stories on the Democratic candidate.
Contacted by the local press, O'Neill said he stood by his public statement.
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Franken, a Minnesota Democrat, has been accused of forcibly kissing a fellow entertainer in 2006 while practicing a skit on a USO tour.
O'Neill says the post grew out of frustration over Democrats' calls to remove Al Franken from the U.S. Senate over sexual misconduct allegations.
O'Neill said in his post that it was time to "speak up" for heterosexual men "now that the dogs of war are calling for the head of Senator Al Franken".
The politician also added that he's "sooooo disappointed in the national feeding frenzy" and pushed to return to matters of politics.
On Friday, a Democrat candidate in the OH governor's race made a tremendous splash by coming clean about his sexual history on Facebook, making light of the barrage of sexual assault allegations that have dominated American media in the last few weeks. And not a day before.
OH high court justice condemns sexual-indiscretion... It sickens me that guys like you are held up as role models. That is the right thing to do. "As a candidate for Governor let me save my opponents some research time". Anything short of that act is constitutionally protected free speech, which has been ratified by none other than the late great Justice Antonin Scalia.
Republican Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor, also a candidate for governor, says his "crass post is ill-timed and dismissive at best". "Absolutely not. We don't have robots on the bench", O'Neill said.